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JQ Medal Results 2013/14


Veteran Craig Naidu has won the coveted John Quiney Medal for season 2013/14 by 3 votes from Swiv Heywood. Nudie made an emotional speech cuddling his 14 year old son Sam. He said how great it was to play in a Premiership team with his son.  Nudie was a fitting winner.  His leadership, encouragement and enthusiasm during the season and in the successful finals series for the 5ths was outstanding.  He starred with the bat and also (wicket)Kept with distinction and fittingly it was his direct hit run-out which gave us victory in the grand final.
 
Top 11:  Nudie 17;  Swiv  14; Boomer Meaklim 13; Chris Gorrie and Mick Margetis 12; Jason Olsonand Stinga and Sudheesh  10; Greg Ritchie and Jiggy and Lemon on 9 votes.


2013/2014 - JOHN QUINEY MEDAL 
                         
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 TOTAL
Craig Naidu       2 3   2 3 1 3 3 17
Ryan Heywood 2 2 1   2 1 3 3       14
Daryl Meaklim   2 3     1 2 3     2 13
Chris Gorrie   2   1 3 3         3 12
Michael Margetis 2   2 3         2 3   12
Jason Olson 3     1 1   2 3       10
Ramon Dobb 3       3 2     2     10
Sudheesh Gopisetty         1 3     3 2 1 10
Greg Ritchie   1       1 3 2     2 9
Jignesh Jasani   1 2 3       1     2 9
Liam Adlington         2 2 3     2   9
Adam Matthiesson     3   1 3 1         8
Geoff Stretton 3   1   2           2 8
Ruwan Amadoru     3         2     3 8
Shaun Fisher       2     2   1 3   8
Tammana Patil       2   3         3 8
Andrew Jewell 2     2   2 1         7
Ben Middleton     1       1 2     3 7
Keith Brown 2   1         1 3     7
Rhys Owen 3               2   2 7
Andrew French 2     1 2         1   6
James Cleary   1       2       3   6
Joel Lovegrove   2   1   3           6
Joshua Griffiths         3 1     2     6
Nicholas Pryde   3   3               6
Tarang Chawla   3             3     6
Travis Smith   3   3               6
David Machin     2             2 1 5
Deepak Muday               3 1   1 5
Gareth Finney   3           2       5
Greg Paine       3     1 1       5
Jeff Munday         1   3     1   5
Matthew Oaten                 3 1 1 5
Michael Wood 3         2           5
Steve Brownley       1       2   2   5
David Mackay 1                 3   4
Hamish Kinsella         3         1   4
Nathan Pitkin   1 3                 4
Ryan Hossack   3                 1 4
Shane De Silva               1 3     4
Ben Logan             3         3
Con Hantzopoulos 1 2                   3
Evan Jewell         2       1     3
Michael Jukes             2     1   3
Daniel Magee       2               2
Marco Vaik                 2     2
Nick Guinane                   2   2
Simon Anderson   1     1             2
Tim Oaten             1 1       2
Vaughan McCulloch     2                 2
Kerry Schwass           1           1
Matthew Dwyer 1                     1
Raj Kumar 1                     1
Saeem Khan 1                     1
Steven Dellora                 1     1
                         
  30 30 24 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 324